The contest is open to youth with disabilities between the ages of 14 to 28 across the country.
The contest winner will work in collaboration with our graphic designer to have his or her art published on the 2012 California Disability History Week poster.
All voters are required to show a photo ID at the polls prior to voting. The August 7th Primary will be the first election under these new rules.If a voter doesn’t have their ID and doesn’t go through the trouble of getting it and coming back to try and vote, they can cast a provisional ballot. Ideally, we would not want to go this route because it is easy to disqualify provisional ballots, but casting a provisional is better than not voting at all.
Parsons, Ks - When you think "radio legend", you think of National Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame inductee Casey Kasem.
On the air for over 50 years, Casey founded the radio staple American Top 40, which continues to be the most relevant source for pop music hits. To this day, there is no better way to experience classic hits than with Casey and the Classic American Top 40 Countdown.
A perfect way to build on the excitement of the latest Employment First Summit in Topeka is to revisit stories of employment success directly from people with disabilities.
On Employment1st.org, readers can see stories and photographs of young men and women with disabilities who found a way to succeed in the world of competitive employment.
Los Angeles, CA - The National Survey on Abuse of People with Disabilities, released on May 1, 2012 is coming to an end July 31st. According to Project Director Nora Baladerian, Ph.D, the survey is part of a national effort to create more effective ways of responding to the abuse of people with disabilities.